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The Cozy Mystery Struggle

Carrying on with the theme of talking irresponsibly about genre, let’s do cozy mysteries.

It’s got to be one of the most well-established genres in the business. 1.134 altre parole

Cozy Mysteries

The Mystery of the Swiss Waiter

I sometimes give talks.  My focus is somewhere on the interface between writer and publisher; that’s the interesting part: boundaries are where the friction happens.  Unfortunately, I always seem to run out of time to talk about Raymond Chandler, and Chandler was a byword for friction with his publishers.  646 altre parole

Writing

BOOK REVIEW: THE BIG SLEEP BY RAYMOND CHANDLER

THE BIG SLEEP BY RAYMOND CHANDLER

PENGUIN BOOKS (PAPERBACK), 2005, FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1939

251 PAGES

WWW.THRILLINGDETECTIVE.COM/TRIVIA/CHANDLER.HTML

HTTP://HOME.COMCAST.NET/~MOSSROBERT 

THIS BOOK IS PART OF MY POPSUGAR READING CHALLENGE 2015 ( 362 altre parole

Fiction

The Long Goodbye

Of all the Neo Noirs out there this is one I find myself rather unfamiliar with. I guess because I always associate Raymond Chandler’s works with film Noir. 451 altre parole

TV/DVD/Video/BluRay

Words Of Advice From Raymond Chandler

Check out today’s “Inspiration Point“from Ryan Lanz.  Raymond Chandler says, “The faster I write the better my output.”  Over the last several nights, I have found that to be true.  196 altre parole

Santa Monica beach

It could have been any time since the 1930s, just as Raymond Chandler described it- minus a few thousand cars and a smattering of modern hotels- people’s attire alone indicating the passage of time. 161 altre parole

Travel